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Note on original reel: "I. (0) Wm. Hinton interviewed 1967-03-07 morning - on his background (15) (a) 1967-03-14 David Crook 'Red China Today' - a talk given on January 6, 1967 [from the KPFA program]: 10:15 David Crook, an Englishman who has spent the past twenty years in China as a teacher and writer, speaking in San Francisco on January 6, 1967. Mr. Crook and his wife, Isabel, both teach English in Peking at the Foreign Languages Institute. They are the authors of 'The First Years of Yangyi Commune' (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1966) and 'Revolution in a Chinese Village: Ten Mile Inn'. (b) 1967-03-17 2:30 'A View from Peking': Professor David Crook of Peking University, a British graduate of Columbia, has taught in China for over 20 years. He is interviewed by Paul Schaffer. (c) William Hinton: 'The Cultural Revolution in China - A Positive View' - talk given in S.F. May 2, 1967 (45 of 75 mins.) (d) blank (5:45) II. (0) [for comparison: Harrison Salsbury's view of China (after his 1967 Hanoi trip) - a 4 minute excerpt. (a) 1967-04-07 2:15 'The Current Chinese Revolution in Culture and Education': A talk by David Crook, teacher of English at the Foreign Languages Institute in Peking. Professor Crook has been in China since 1947. Recorded in January, 1967 in Anaheim (KPFK) (B) 9:45 'Fanshen': William Hinton, author of the new Monthly Review Press book, 'Fanshen', talks about the current situation in China with Elsa Knight Thompson. Mr. Hinton, a resident of China for a number of years, witnessed the land reform phase of the revolution in a remote village."
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